Epilepsy Durham Region is committed to respecting the personal privacy of individuals using this Site. Epilepsy Durham Region does not trade, rent or sell your personal information to any third party.
Epilepsy Durham Region also collects personal information on this Site for specific and identified purposes, e.g., individuals who contact Epilepsy Durham Region to register for events will be asked for specific information. Information that is collected in this manner will be used for the purposes identified to you at the time of collection.
Access to Epilepsy Durham Region’s contact database will be limited to those Epilepsy Durham Region staff members who require access to the personal information for the purposes identified, and to fulfill their employment responsibilities. The information will be retained only so long as is necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was collected and will be kept confidential and secure. You will be notified if the intended purpose for the collection and use of this information changes. You will have an opportunity to have your personal information deleted from the contact database. If you opt out of receiving communications from the Epilepsy Durham Region, your personal information will be deleted from the contact database.
- To the extent required for the identified purposes, as described to you at the time of collection;
- To other third parties, such as sponsors and website content partners, but only where and to the extent you give the Epilepsy Durham Region your permission to do so; and
- Pursuant to a legal proceeding or when otherwise permitted or required by law.
This Site collects aggregate information (“Aggregate Information") through the use of web server logs.
Aggregate Information is standard web server / visitor traffic information regarding overall website traffic patterns. Web servers normally collect this type of basic information as part of their web log processes.
In addition to information provided by visitors to its website, Epilepsy Durham Region uses Internet tracking tools associated with standard Internet protocols and web-based systems. This system information is typically stored in log files and the information is used for aggregate reporting. Aggregate reporting includes the total number of visitors, most visited sections, peak traffic times, etc. Log files are simply transaction records web servers maintain.
Those logs are used for recording information, such as:
- Service provider IP addresses;
- Browser versions;
- Referring websites;
- Search terms used;
- Average number of pages requested;
- Average duration of visit; and
- Total visitor traffic
Epilepsy Durham Region uses aggregate information gathered from visits to improve the design of its website. This information supplies a broad picture of how people use the website to help the management of Epilepsy Durham Region systems and to better serve its audience.
Epilepsy Durham Region is committed to data security. To prevent unauthorized access, to maintain the accuracy of personal information and ensure that personal information is used and disclosed only pursuant to this policy, Epilepsy Durham Region takes reasonable steps to maintain physical, electronic, contractual and administrative safeguards to secure personal information collected from its website with a level of security that is appropriate to the sensitivity of the personal information collected.
Epilepsy Durham Region
310 Byron Street South, Suite 3
Whitby, ON, Canada